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8/14/17 6:43 PM 
rainydaze48
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Columbus, OH

Where are watching the Solar Eclipse from next Monday?

Are you in the total darkness zone? ?????





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8/14/17 6:44 PM 
korbyn
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Bat Cave, NC


Yes. I can't wait for the Black Sun.

8/14/17 6:48 PM 
rainydaze48
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Columbus, OH

I don't have my glasses yet, but I have the day off work to watch

8/14/17 6:54 PM 

driver406
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Saint Paul, MN
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I discriminate. I only watch a lunar eclipse.

8/14/17 7:05 PM 
tearsofdiamondz
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Sugar Land, TX

I wanna drive to the zone in Missouri

8/14/17 7:44 PM 
_april67
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San Antonio, TX

I have off on that Monday & usually don't have Mondays off, so I will have to try to watch it.

8/14/17 7:57 PM 

stl1
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Saint Louis, MO


Quote from tearsofdiamondz:
I wanna drive to the zone in Missouri



The erogenous zone?


8/14/17 8:03 PM 
tearsofdiamondz
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Sugar Land, TX

no

it's shorter to the east part of MO than to KC. I was looking at Ste Genevieve area.

But I need to go to KC anyway, been a while. Just not good timing right now




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8/14/17 8:17 PM 

uber_goober
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Danielsville, GA

My sunoculars came in the mail today. $30 from Amazon and two day shipping. The sun will appear 6x larger but still be safe to observe. You should get some rainy!

And I'm not in the zone of totality. But an hour's drive will put me there. So I'm a goin!




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8/14/17 8:22 PM 

jer3552
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Vale, OR


going to watch it in Oregon, bought my glasses for two dollars at McDonalds

8/15/17 12:38 AM 

driver406
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I guess we have an 82% of seeing it IF it stays clear. The weather guy (Who's never been wrong of course) says it's starting to not look so good up here. Good luck to the rest of you.

8/15/17 12:39 AM 

driver406
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Quote from jer3552:
going to watch it in Oregon, bought my glasses for two dollars at McDonalds


I would have bought a #8 with regular drink in that case, jer. You know just to go with it.


8/17/17 4:06 AM 
cavie59
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Enid, OK


Quote from rainydaze48:

1.Where are watching the Solar Eclipse from next Monday?

2.Are you in the total darkness zone? ?????


1. I am not watching it. I have seen one before.

2. 88% total.


8/17/17 4:22 AM 

imn0tphoto
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Minneapolis, MN


I need to Google that shit
asap


8/17/17 7:23 AM 
uncle_bulgaria
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Houston, TX

Haven't seen the glasses for sale anywhere. It happens on my lunch hour so I'll just step outside and look, assuming I get some glasses first. I think it's 75% totality here.

8/17/17 8:36 AM 
tearsofdiamondz
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Sugar Land, TX

I got a piece of solar film from Amazon for camera/binoculars, and 3 pairs of glasses from toys r us, coming tomorrow.


The only places I've found that won't be cloudy is Boise Idaho and Casper Wyoming, too far to drive.




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8/22/17 2:17 PM 
rainydaze48
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Columbus, OH

Franklin KY experienced 2:27 of total eclipse of the sun by the moon & I watched in awe @ the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. The pearls of light from the corona of the sun that streamed into aurora borealla effects were breath taking! I saw stars (well 2 planets & and the dog star) in the sky as if it were midnight (& yes it was dark). The total eclipse zone was amazing both because of Mother Nature & the uniting of people in a happy fun event full of love

& thanks to a friend I got my glasses!